6,770 piece Eclectic Home Design Photos

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Cat's house
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textures and treatments for a warm effect. The cabinet in the corner is made out of old oak pieces from an 18th-century Swedish battleship. The ship sank just outside of Cat's hometown, and many of these oak pieces — blackened by salt water — were bought by a local carpenter.
textures and treatments for a warm effect. The cabinet in the corner is made out of old oak pieces from an 18th-century Swedish battleship. The ship sank just outside of Cat's hometown, and many of these oak pieces — blackened by salt water — were bought by a local carpenter.
textures and treatments for a warm effect. The cabinet in the corner is made out of old oak pieces from an 18th-century Swedish battleship. The ship sank just outside of Cat’s hometown, and many of these oak pieces - blackened by salt water - were bought by a local carpenter.
“Chairs” — rhr330
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
My Houzz: Willa Kammerer
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powerful,” says Kammerer, the daughter of artist Gregory Kammerer. “My desk was my dad’s old drafting table for painting — it’s a Danish piece. The most important piece of my desk and workstation is my iMac and over 20 terabytes of regular and backup storage, since video files are very large
powerful,” says Kammerer, the daughter of artist Gregory Kammerer. “My desk was my dad’s old drafting table for painting — it’s a Danish piece. The most important piece of my desk and workstation is my iMac and over 20 terabytes of regular and backup storage, since video files are very large.”
powerful,” says Kammerer, the daughter of artist Gregory Kammerer. “My desk was my dad’s old drafting table for painting – it’s a Danish piece. The most important piece of my desk and workstation is my iMac and over 20 terabytes of regular and backup storage, since video files are very large.”
“drape” — Linda Kelly
Ryland Peters & Small | CICO Books
Flea Market Chic
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mirror leaning against wall, dried flowers in vases conversational piece coffee table
back at the house, shop or storage facility and will offer to bring it to the market next week. How’s that for service? Likewise, aim to learn about a piece’s provenance or where the dealer found it; a story always adds to an item's allure. Ninety percent of the fun to be had at market is hearing all the
an old Indian refrigerator. When you're flea market friendly, it's worthwhile to rethink the way you'd normally use an object. Tip: Sometimes older pieces just aren't practical. This homeowner wanted the look of older cupboards but knew that they'd be too small to hold what she needed. Instead, new cabinets
“Stump coffee table” — lizsutton51
indigo & ochre design
5 Reviews
Prospect Heights Brownstone
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What could be more friendly than a double basin, so you can wash hands or clean teeth alongside a family member? Search for a reclaimed marble-topped piece like this, or take inspiration and mount two basins and classic brass taps in an old table for a vintage, friendly feel.
The mirrored medicine cabinets and brass lights are both pieces Crawford already owned. The faucets are unlacquered brass from Barber Wilsons.Tip: If you are considering unlacquered brass, know that this is a living finish, which means it will change over time, and water splashes will speed up patination
Use when upcycling Old tables or work benches look great as the stand for basins in a bathroom, but why not go one better? This vintage piece has been adapted with basins set into its surface and marble topping it off. Brass taps and pipework, and texture-rich storage baskets beneath make
“repurposed table” — longpointer
Sarah Greenman
1 Review
Fort Worth, TX: Misty Spencer
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I love the idea of painting all the walls white and introducing the most wonderful, colourful pieces of furniture I can find.
The painted sofa idea is what I was looking for to update the look of my furniture pieces.
on a side table with tape, stencil a rug or line a cupboard in wild, printed fabric. A few tweaks here and there can mean the difference between a piece’s looking vintage chic and just looking used.
but an awful color or finish, try to see beyond the surface — neatly painted stripes, like on the side table shown here, can completely transform a piece in a weekend.How to Paint Stripes Right
but an awful colour or finish, try to see beyond the surface – neatly painted stripes, like on the side table shown here, can completely transform a piece in a weekend.
“Hooks” — Dewi Martaningtyas
sarah & bendrix
bedroom
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one great piece of art, funky light, white and dark bedding, attached lamps
kind of bedroom. A frequent challenge in designing a bedroom is the big blank space over the bed. Do you use a headboard? Art? One large piece or lots of smaller pieces? Skip art altogether and go for wallpaper? This room solves that dilemma with white trim and walls and a casual approach with the art.
expensive art to get tripped over, I have no problem with it being displayed on the wall. The piece shown in this image is so gorgeous and really sets the mood for the room. What I learned: Purchasing one great art piece can take a room to a whole new level.
“Casual simple but extremely stylish” — tdah
Fiorella Design
13 Reviews
mud room
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Why not put a nice piece of art in there?
Smaller furniture pieces, such as the table, chair and bench seen here, are often seen in the trash pile. Be brave and rescue pieces from the curb before they end up in the dump. Mismatched furnishings work nicely when the finishes are similiar. In this photo, the pieces all have a similiar worn
worn, grayish patina. If you find disparate pieces, give them a coat of paint to make the grouping look more intentional.
“Workbench” — dartso
Erika Bierman Photography
8 Reviews
Charmean Neithart Interiors
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seating guests at a dinner party: Put the chatterboxes next to the shy types and everyone's happy. This style begs for a blend of strong, singular pieces, so keep the backdrop — walls, floors, windows — simple in order to avoid competition.
hitting the mark. This vintage Turner flamingo print is a far more interesting alternative to a staid mirror or generic piece of artwork. There's usually a great story behind pieces like this too. If you're having trouble melding eras, a coat of paint does wonders — white or otherwise.
seating guests at a dinner party: Put the chatterboxes next to the shy types and everyone's happy. This style begs for a blend of strong, singular pieces, so keep the backdrop — walls, floors, windows — simple in order to avoid competition. Road-test it: Err on the side of neutral and build the background
“Wall color” — esarney
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